Linux chief sizes up Apple competition; New Motorola Android phone spotted?

>  Jim Zemlin, the executive director of the Linux Foundation, acknowledged that the open-source community has "a ways to go to compete" with Apple's newly launched iPad tablet effort. Article

> Packaging and support documentation have popped up on the Web for a device called the Motorola Devour, reportedly the company's latest Android phone for Verizon Wireless. Article

> After Apple's iPad snub, what's next for Adobe's Flash? Commentary

> Is 2010 the year mobile TV finally breaks out? Commentary

> Mike Manos resigned from Digital Realty Trust for a new position at Nokia's cloud services effort. Article

> Palm launched its Hot Apps Program, promising $1 million in total cash bonuses to developers whose webOS-based mobile applications create the most consumer interest. Article

And finally... A zoo in the United Kingdom is starting a phone recycling program to help save the habitats of gorillas. Article

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